How To Create A Successful Native Ad ?

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Globally about 42.7% of online users from the age of 16 to 64 years use adblockers tools frequently. Therefore now marketers are coming up with other alternative methods for advertising and spreading brand awareness to potential consumers. This is where native advertising comes into play. Native advertising now is highly popular and surpassed display ads as the leader of online advertising . 

In fact by the end of 2022 native ads will constituent of approx 74% of the digital advertising industry.

Whant to know how to create native ads? This is the blog for you. Native campaigns have become very popular for attracting user attention without disturbing their experience while using an application. Ads that blend in with their surroundings are called native advertising. These ads dont look stark different from the content already present on the page it adds to the information instead which makes the users more interested in the ad. Thighs also helps in user engagement.

It is estimated that native display ad spending in the US will reach $98.59 billion in 2023, up 12.5% year-over-year. According to studies, native advertising can also be more successful at generating engagement and reducing the fatigue associated with advertising. The global native advertising market is expected to reach $400 billion in 2025.

How Do Mobile Native Ads Work?

The native ads blend in with the surrounding content. Native ads complement the function and style of the platform, whether it is a game, a news app, or a video-sharing app, as closely as possible, unlike traditional ads, which are easily skipped and can feel intrusive. Native ads aim to be part of the look and feel of a website rather than interrupting it. 

Native campaigns can be more effective than traditional ads, increase brand awareness, and reach users who might be resistant to traditional advertisements. However, they can be complicated to execute.

The Art of Native Campaigning

Publishers and marketers need to collaborate closely since native ads require a highly customized and unique environment to work in. This means that creatives have limited options for design, layout, and asset usage.

Additionally, it will take more time for UA teams to develop a successful strategy. The ads may be well-designed, but if they do not achieve the perfect mix of conveying the publisher’s style and grabbing the attention of users, then they won’t work. Experimentation will be necessary for UA teams in order to come up with a winning formula.

How To Create A Successful Advertisement? How To Run Native Ads?

As with non-native campaigns, the basic principles still apply when developing native campaigns. In order to create a native campaign the first step is learning about your app and your target audience. The key is knowing who your target audience is, what their habits, preferences and likings are. It is essential to know their reading habits thoroughly. The native environment, user behavior, and available formats should also be learned as well.

Establish your campaign goals and KPIs before you begin a campaign. You should decide whether you want to optimize your app for installations or for purchases in-app. You should also determine what your target CPI is, or if you want to raise brand awareness primarily. After setting your targets make sure to analyse your campaign well.

To boost sales, brand recognition, and generate leads, native ads are a fantastic way to attract new customers. But what exactly are native ads, and how can you make the most of them?

A native ad mimics the appearance and functionality of the website or app into which it is placed. Native ads are most prevalent on social media channels such as Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. However, they can also be found on a variety of websites. They provide information to consumers when they are in the discovery phase, and they are presented with information in a manner that can be absorbed quickly. They are more subtle than banners which means that the consumers are more likely to accept them.

Many studies and extensive research have shown that native ads are more effective than display ads. It has surpassed display ads as the leader of online advertising. Proving to be a powerful advertising tool. As an example, native ads are viewed 53% more often by consumers than display ads, and native ads also increase a consumer’s likelihood of buying by 18%. Did you know that 70% of consumers prefer to find out about products through content rather than through traditional marketing?

There are many benefits associated with native advertising, but deciding to use them is the first step. Next, you need to create advertisements that will attract attention. Native ads are just as important as their placement and budget when it comes to how they are crafted. 

Here are a few tips to help you convert your audience and increase revenue with native advertising.

Identify and establish the end goal

Creating advertising or marketing copy requires considering the end goal. Without knowing what you want to accomplish with your work, it will be difficult to design and produce copy that will make a significant impact. For example, you might want to encourage users to sign up for a newsletter or offer a free trial as the call to action for each native ad.

Add value to it

This is one of the most important native advertising best practices. It shouldn’t really need to be stressed, but it’s imperative to keep it in mind. The number of characters you have in your ad will be limited, so you’ll want to make every word count. Although it can be tempting to use aggressive selling methods in ads, providing valuable information is much more effective over time. You’ll be well on your way to creating a successful advertisement if you think about the action you want the consumer to take and the type of content that will appeal to him or her.

 Personalize it

Consumers will be enticed and engaged by ads that solve their problems and provide them with relevant content that matches their needs. Engagement can be increased simply by adding words like “your” or “feel.” This adds a personal touch and the consumer feels like you are talking to them directly. Try to find out what are the major problems and issues faced by your audience. Then try and provide solutions for them.

Put your thoughts into words

A persuasive ad copy should read as if it were being spoken. It can be enhanced with metaphors and flourishes, but it should sound natural. Keeping the content personal goes hand in hand with the previous point; if people feel like the content is aimed at them, they are far more likely to interact with it.


The brand name should always be used

It is natural for consumers to develop relationships with brands over time, so including the brand name in headlines and descriptions will result in more interactions with the brand. Your brand will still be known to them even if they don’t click on an ad the first time they see one. If they need services that you provide in the future, your brand will remain in their minds.

Maintain a simple approach

You should avoid words, expressions, and photos that may upset your customers. Make sure your sentences are short, & concise, with bullet points if you can, and include photos and videos that add visual interest. Having your ad easy to read and less abrasive will increase the likelihood that consumers will engage with it and take action.

Add a call-to-action (CTA)

It’s important to understand this. Once your advertisement captures the consumer’s attention, you must engage them with relevant content. In order to get your consumers to take action, you need to encourage them to do so. Are there any benefits they will miss out on if they fail to respond to your call to action? Are there any services you can provide that other businesses cannot? Would they be able to find other content that would be of interest to them? Throughout your native ad, the CTA is carried out to direct viewers to the CTA.

Keep the flow going

It’s important to remember that you’re trying to create a smooth user experience. In other words, the ad should behave in the same way as the native elements around it. In news apps, static ads should have the same color scheme, font, and image style as native posts. In addition, designs that look like spam, such as pop-ups, might interrupt the flow of the app, and users might skip or ignore anything that appears like an advertisement. They prefer content form advertisement that creates a enjoyable experience. 

Avoid Clickbait 

Native ads aren’t meant to fool users; they’re not about delivering clicks at the expense of building trust. Focus on communicating a clear message with components that work together well, not relying on large, obnoxious calls to action to get the user to click. Adding more than one CTA will only clutter up the design and confuse users. Tell potential customers why they should want to know more by delivering a clear, compelling message.  

Native Advertising Is Not Camouflaging 

In addition to being similar to in-app content, native campaigns need to also be appealing and stand out. Don’t forget to integrate your knowledge from other campaigns about the app vertical. 

In our research, we found that highly produced images and stock images perform less well than user-generated content and user-interface images when working with social networking and finance apps. Potential customers are interested in seeing the UI ahead of time, and they want to see the app validated by their peers.

Utilize the native UI and UX

A flawless native look is crucial, but mimicking native content alone isn’t enough. Create ads that make clever use of UX. Don’t just think about what users see, but what they want to accomplish. 

For example, in the gaming world it is important to create ads that speak to what a player might want. They might be interested in exploring the terrain or collecting rewards. 

 Communicate your message clearly

Despite the limited assets you have to use in native ads, you still want users to discover your app and explore it. If you aren’t sure what to do, I recommend a simple design that includes a logo, an app icon, the main headline, and an obvious CTA. An ad with dynamic graphics and images can be more effective than one with cluttered elements. 

In order to ensure users understand your message at a moment’s notice, make it clear as well as simple. Too much information can result in users skipping it or mistaking it for something else. 

Streamline your A/B testing process

Other benefits of using only a few design elements are that they simplify A/B testing. If it’s a static ad, follow the app’s style cues like color, font, and type of images, and if it’s a video, stick to its format as closely as possible. Try changing one element at a time when experimenting. Make use of what you have discovered once you have found a formula that has proven successful.

Take a data-driven approach.

There may be a longer learning curve with native ads since each works in a different context. However, you should still keep track. Once we discover a formula that works, we have thousands of install uplifts to back us up. 

The Takeaway

Have you understood the native ads best practices? We hope that that blog has given you a understanding of adroll native ads, what they are, and native advertising best practices. In addition to enhancing your brand, native ads are well positioned to be read and responded to by customers on desktops and mobiles. It’s only a matter of time before you begin creating strong native advertising messages, as these tips will help you craft powerful brand messages that resonate.

Native campaigns are a powerful way to take advantage of the context of the platform to catch the attention of your target audience. That said, the fundamental method for creatively designing and evaluating remains the same. Try a few different things, monitor your progress, and a winning strategy is likely to emerge.

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Khushi Kochar

Khushi Kochar

Khushi Kochar is a writer, graphic designer, and social media manager. She is an author and free verse poet at Fraction Digital, a digital marketing agency. She is traveling through the wind and stopping each day to write about her adventures. You can find her on Instagram @khushikocharr

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